Phillips Auto Drench Gun
Most reliable unit from Australia. Cylinder is more durable and ergonomic than other guns.
Nozzle shape is easy to use. Flat plastic bottle with 8 ft long shoulder strap fits out of the way on the user's back.
Use our handy EzePak Belt & Holster when you need both hands to work an animal.
- Adjusts from 0 - 20 mL
- Metal gun: 8"L x 7"W
- Plastic barrel: 3"L x 1" diameter
- Backpack holds: 2.5 liters (2.64 quarts)
- Backpack approximate size: 13.25"L, 9"W, 3"D
- Major kit available (separate parts are not available).
- Made in Australia
Major Kit (#6520243) contains:
- Nozzle seal ring
- Delivery valve cage
- Cylinder seal ring
- Piston assembly
- Push rod seal ring
- Inlet adaptor seal ring
- Inlet valve assembly
- Handle insert
- Return spring
- Lever pivot pin clip
- Lever pads
How to Use
Lubricants other than those in indicated may damage the rubber components in this instrument.
Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
Drenching and VaccinatingItem #652035 -
Backpack sheep and goat drench gun to make deworming easier on the shepherd and the animal (but not the worms!).$30.30
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Cameron Z from Manitoba Canada
A well built product that works very well
Cheryl H from West Virginia
Good heavy quality. Easy to use and clean up. Used it as a drench gun. Heavier than the older heavy I am replacing. Haven't used it with the needle yet but looks like it will hold up excellent.
Robert M from Oklahoma
Love it,put on guide wire pulled across crowd pen.cut my time from usual drench gun.
Wade G from Iowa
Martin S from Texas
I really like this drencher most out of the ones I've used before. It's metal cylinder that surrounds the plastic plunger tube provides more strength & durability when used under my demanding conditions. Other brands had the plastic plunger tube attached directly to the handle without reinforcement and they would always break off. The only down side is the drencher is high maintenance